The New International Encyclopædia/New Mexico College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts
NEW MEXICO COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE AND MECHANIC ARTS. A coeducational State institution at Mesilla Park, N. M., established in 1889. It is supported mainly by a Territorial tax and by the Morrill and Hatch funds. The moneys received from the Federal Government amount to $40,000 annually. In 1902 its income from all sources was $48,147, its grounds and buildings were valued at $45,000 and the whole amount of college property at $100,500. The library contained 10,000 volumes. The instructors, of whom six were women, numbered twenty-five, and there were 163 collegiate and special students, and 144 in the preparatory department.